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JVC XA-GC20BK Instructions Manual

Audio guidance system, portable rom player, infrared address transmitter, charger.
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AUDIO GUIDANCE SYSTEM
System Products:
XA-GP1BK
XA-GT1TN
XA-GC20BK Charger
XA-GP1BK
Portable ROM Player
Infrared Address Transmitter
XA-GT1TN
INSTRUCTIONS
XA-GC20BK
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial
No. which are located either on the rear,
bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
LVT0278-001A
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    AUDIO GUIDANCE SYSTEM System Products: XA-GP1BK Portable ROM Player XA-GT1TN Infrared Address Transmitter XA-GC20BK Charger XA-GP1BK INSTRUCTIONS XA-GT1TN XA-GC20BK For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which are located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this information for future reference.

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    Therefore do not use the batteries for devices for purposes other than indicated. 7 Only the XA-GC20BK Charger should be used to recharge the battery pack. Using any other recharger than indicated may result in a fire hazard or device malfunctions.

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    7 When the battery pack that is used in the XA-GP1BK has been removed, make sure to store it in a safe place out of the reach of children. Immediately seek the advice of a medical physician if the battery liquid is consumed. 7 Recharge the battery pack at a temperature between 5˚...

  • Page 4: Handling Precautions

    The included power cord comes equipped with a Ferrite core which shields against noise. Do not remove this from the power cord. 7 Install the XA-GC20BK Charger so that the back of the unit is more than 10 cm from a wall or other objects.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Part Names and Location ... 6 How to Recharge the Portable ROM Player ... 7 How to Mount the Infrared Address Transmitter (XA-GT1TN) ... 8 How to Mount the Infrared Address Transmitter ... 10 How to Use the Portable ROM Player (XA-GP1BK) ... 16 Methods for Providing Information to Visitors ...

  • Page 6: Part Names And Location

    Parts Names and Locations 7 Portable ROM Player (XA-GP1BK) Optical sensor (Auto) Optical sensor (Point) Earphone jack ˘ Display window PLAY button (page 18) VOLUME dial (page 17) 10 key numerical pad (1 - `) (page 19) 4 key (page 19) Rechargeable battery terminal (buttom) Battery compartment cover...

  • Page 7: How To Recharge The Portable Rom Player

    Batteries should be recharged for more than three hours before use. How to Recharge the Portable ROM Player Connect the power cord. Charger (XA-GC20BK) Connect the power cord to the • There is no power AC IN jack. switch on the Charger.

  • Page 8: How To Mount The Infrared Address Transmitter (xa-gt1tn)

    How to Mount the Infrared Address Transmitter The Infrared Address Transmitter can be secured to either a cable or a ceiling railing. Settings for each switch Setting the address • Set the desired address with the rotary switch. (000 - 255) Slotted screwdriver used for clocks (2 mm diameter - sold separately) Setting the Auto/Point switch...

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    Attaching the Cable Clamps (securing the unit to a cable) • For more information on mounting a ceiling railing, refer to page 12. Clamp segment A Remove the screw and separate parts A and B. Clamp segment B Secure parts B and C to the cable with the screws.

  • Page 10: How To Mount The Infrared Address Transmitter

    How to Mount the Infrared Address Transmitter (continued from page 9) An Example of the “Pointing” Method. 7 Installation position • Position the transmitter close to the picture that will be explained. • For large size pictures, it is recommended that the visitor be adequately informed as to where the Portable ROM Player should be pointed.

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    7 Transmission Distance Directly facing the transmitter at a distance of 7 meters (23 ft) (When installed in a room, the transmitter should not be exposed to direct sunlight.) (16.4 ft) (16.4 ft) 7 Transmission Area When facing the transmitter, signals are sent within a 45°...

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    How to Mount the Infrared Address Transmitter (continued from page 11) An Example of “Auto Start” Method • The transmitter should be installed for example at the entrance to the exhibit, in the path of the visitor. Mounting fixtures A and B (included) M10 x 20 mm bolt (included) 7 Installation position...

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    7 Transmission Distance Directly below the transmitter at a distance of 5 meters (16.4 ft) (When installed in a room, the transmitter should not be exposed to direct sunlight.) (9.8 ft) Projection area Range characteristics of the transmitter Forwards and backwards projection range Optical sensor characteristics for the Portable ROM Player...

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    How to Mount the Infrared Address Transmitter (continued from page 13) When transmitting the same address data to a larger area, multiple XA-GT1TN can be connected to operate together. Connecting Multiple Infrared Address Transmitters • An example of the “Pointing Method” Exhibit stand Explanation card •...

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    • How to Make Connections Use the indicated connection cord: 3.5 mini jack length: 2 meters (6.6 ft) (sold separately) Connect to OUT Master XA-GT1TN This transmitter’s Master/Slave switch is set to “M” master. < Notice > • The power adaptor must be connected for every transmitter. •...

  • Page 16: How To Use The Portable Rom Player (xa-gp1bk)

    How to Use the Portable ROM Player To prevent any accidents such as dropping the Portable ROM PLayer, it is recommended that the included hand or neck strap be attached before use. Attaching the hand or neck strap Hand strap or neck strap (both are included) •...

  • Page 17: Using The Earphone

    Using the earphone Insert the earphone (sold separately) mini plug into the earphone jack located on the Portable ROM Player. Portable ROM Player 3.5 mini jack VOLUME dial Clamp the earphone over the ear. Earphone (sold separately) Adjust the volume to a comfortable level.

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    How to Use the Portable ROM Player Playback starts through reception of encoded infrared signals or by inputting commands with the numerical keys. Playback through the reception of encoded infrared signals There are two types of playback available: “Point reception” which operates in close proximity to the exhibited work of art, and “Auto reception”...

  • Page 19

    Playback is possible even when an Infrared Address Transmitter has not been installed. Playback with the 10 numerical keys Playback is possible by entering an address number directly. • Playback can also be controlled with the 10 numerical keys. Input the address number using the 10 numerical keys.

  • Page 20: Methods For Providing Information To Visitors

    Methods for Providing Information to Visitors Points to remember when the visitor receives the Portable ROM Player • Turn the POWER to ON and confirm the following points when handing the Portable ROM Player to the visitor. Check the remaining battery power. •...

  • Page 21: Editing The Cf Card Data By Yourself

    < Notice > • Make sure to use only the CF card recommended by JVC. • Presently JVC is introducing CF card authoring specialists to our customers. For more information, please feel free to contact a sales representative. File That Displays the CF Card...

  • Page 22: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning the Rechargeable Battery Terminals Portable ROM Player • The terminals should be cleaned about once a month. If the terminals are not cleaned regularly, it is possible that debris will hinder recharging. • The Portable ROM Player should only be cleaned with a dry and soft cloth.

  • Page 23: How To Change The Battery Pack

    How to Change the Battery Pack Although the life of the battery pack will vary according to the amount of use, the average is about 2 years. When the battery pack can only supply power for an extremely short period of time even after recharging, the pack should be replaced.

  • Page 24: Troubleshooting

    Contact a JVC service representative. • Take out the CF card and insert again. If this does not resolve the problem, contact a JVC service representative. • The CF card has malfunctioned. Replace with a CF card that functions properly.

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    Player. • Fuse has blown. Note • JVC is not responsible for any lost revenues or damages incurred due to the improper operation or malfunctioning of these products. This should be fully understood in advance before attempting to use these products.

  • Page 26: Specifications

    Mass Approx. 165 g (0.37 lbs.) (with battery pack) Provided Accessories • Hand strap ... x 1 • Neck strap ... x 1 Charger (XA-GC20BK) Maximum number of 20 (XA-GP1BK) units that can be recharged Recharging time Approx. 3 hrs.

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    VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED Printed in Japan 0199IMMWSTSAN...

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Xa-gp1bk, Xa-gt1tn

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